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This paper surveys both the theoretical and the empirical archival literature on conservatism when accounting information is used for debt contracting. The theoretical literature shows mixed results whether conservative accounting is desirable, which depends on the underlying agency problem, the...
There is a dearth of evidence regarding the potential costs incurred by small private companies that opt to publish only an unaudited abbreviated balance sheet. This paper provides new evidence regarding whether UK companies that publish reduced balance sheet information in micro-entity annual...
After the financial and banking crisis of the late 2000s, the FASB and the IASB aimed to develop methods of accounting for credit losses that would give more timely recognition of those losses. The IASB (in 2009) and the FASB (in 2010) each initially issued its own exposure draft proposing...
As a result of the recent financial crisis, several key institutions urged the IASB and the FASB to re-evaluate their models for loan loss accounting and use more forward-looking information. The paper examines the principal features of the new expected loss approach, taking into account the...
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